Tragedy at Sea

The Sinking of the Titanic

By David Long (Author), Stefano Tambellini (Illustrator)

Price$8.99

Format Paperback

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Tragedy at Sea

The Sinking of the Titanic

by David Long, Stefano Tambellini
OVERVIEW
On April 10, 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton on her maiden voyage to New York. This “Ship of Dreams” was the largest and most luxurious ocean liner in the world. She was proclaimed unsinkable. But four days later, when the ship struck an iceberg, the loss of Titanic and more than 1,500 passengers would become one of the most infamous maritime disasters in history. 

This fact-filled retelling of its meticulous construction and doomed first and only voyage brings the ship’s tragic tale to life.

Union Square & Co.’s EVERYONE CAN BE A READER books are expertly written, thoughtfully designed with dyslexia-friendly fonts and paper tones, and carefully formatted to meet readers where they are with engaging stories that encourage reading success across a wide range of age and interest levels.
PRAISE
"While some may question the need for yet another title on the Titanic, this new release from the Everyone Can Be a Reader series deserves consideration. Specially designed for challenged readers (dyslexia-friendly fonts on tinted paper), this high/low entry assumes no previous knowledge, offers accessible technical information, and provides sufficient background to build context, whether creating a big-picture overview or filling in details."—Booklist -

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)

David Long is a journalist and author of nonfiction for both adults and children. His engaging books reflect his unquenchable thirst for fascinating stories from the past. He lives in the UK.

Pub Date: 4/2/2024

ISBN: 9781454954866

Price: $8.99 / $11.99 CAN

Format: Paperback

Pages: 96 pages, all in 2-color

Trim: 5.12 x 7.75 x 0 Inches

Territories: US/Can/Philippines

Category: History & Biography

Age Range: 8 to 12

Publisher: Union Square Kids

Carton Quantity: 100

Series: Everyone Can Be a Reader